keyboard_arrow_left See all news

Recent News

26 Jan, 2023 /
Seawork Press FP
How to use the full potential of decarbonisation
Narve Mjøs, Vice President of DNV Maritime & and Founder of the Norwegian Green Shippin...
25 Jan, 2023 /
Seawork Press FP
Places and spaces fit for the future
‘A fresh drive to ensure broader representation in the profession of civil engineering...
23 Jan, 2023 /
Seawork Press FP
Hot start to the year
A Hot Water Machine is the first large project to be shipped in 2023 by SMP. Designed or...
19 Jan, 2023 /
Seawork Press FP
£1.6b contract to deliver 2000 jobs
Creating 1,200 UK shipyard jobs, and an expected 800 further jobs across the UK supply c...
19 Jan, 2023 /
Seawork Press FP
Tugboats to reap the benefits
A prototype electric motor unit that will achieve the industry's highest class output de...
21 Oct, 2019
keyboard_arrow_left See all news

New 'dashcam' alternative for smaller vessels

Human error can always be a factor in vessel operations. Even with most captains hiring the best crew for their vessels, elements of 'human error' are significantly increased when a vessel hosts passengers.

Dashcam evidence has proven to be significant in reducing financial costs for motorists and haulage companies. With the launch of AMI Marine’s new X-MDR mini voyage data recorder, this technology, available for larger commercial vessels, now includes smaller craft under 3000 GT.

Affordable and reliable, supplied with up to 22 inputs accommodating numerous connectivity with systems being recorded, the new ‘Black Box’ technology from AMI Marine allows for maximum data collection, should there be an incident requiring investigation.

The X-MDR links CCTV and other data systems to secure storage thereby maximising information and data if the worst should happen. The intuitive easy-to-use software system uses an 11.6” touch screen to provide easy viewing ‘real time’ observation of data that can also be used on land in Ports and Harbours.

Processing. Please wait.
Loading...